Scientists explain ancient Rome’s long-lasting concrete – BBC News

The London Economic Scientists explain ancient Rome’s long-lasting concreteBBC NewsThe researchers say that the long-term exposure to sea water helped these crystals to keep on growing over time, reinforcing the concrete and preventing cracks from developing. “Contrary to the principles … Read More

Computer scientists simplify deep learning – UPI.com

UPI.com Computer scientists simplify deep learningUPI.comJune 1 (UPI) — Computer scientists at Rice University have developed a new technique for minimizing the amount of computations required for deep learning. The simplification technique is similar to methods commonly … “Our approach … Read More

Scientists slash computations for deep learning – Science Daily

Science Daily Scientists slash computations for deep learningScience DailyShrivastava and Rice graduate student Ryan Spring have shown that techniques from “hashing,” a tried-and-true data-indexing method, can be adapted to dramatically reduce the computational overhead for deep learning. Hashing involves the … Read More

Scientists use machine learning algorithms to create a real-life Doodle God – TNW

TNW Scientists use machine learning algorithms to create a real-life Doodle GodTNWScientists from the University of Liverpool have taught computers to sift through the infinite possibilities of atoms in search of new materials. The computers use machine–learning to help scientists … Read More

Computer scientists simplify deep learning – Space Daily

Computer scientists simplify deep learningSpace Daily“This applies to any deep–learning architecture, and the technique scales sublinearly, which means that the larger the deep neural network to which this is applied, the more the savings in computations there will be,” lead … Read More

Rice U. scientists slash computations for deep learning – EurekAlert (press release)

EurekAlert (press release) Rice U. scientists slash computations for deep learningEurekAlert (press release)“For example, in small-scale tests we found we could reduce computation by as much as 95 percent and still be within 1 percent of the accuracy obtained with … Read More

Scientists slash computations for deep learning – Phys.Org

Phys.Org Scientists slash computations for deep learningPhys.Org“For example, in small-scale tests we found we could reduce computation by as much as 95 percent and still be within 1 percent of the accuracy obtained with standard approaches.” The basic building block … Read More

Evidence that we are in the Age of Man: Scientists catalog more human-made minerals – PRI

PRI Evidence that we are in the Age of Man: Scientists catalog more human-made mineralsPRI“As someone who loves crystals and the diversity of crystals, it’s rather marvelous to see,” he says. “At a time when we worry about biological extinction … Read More

BGRF scientists help develop AI to expedite drug development for age-related conditions – News-Medical.net

News-Medical.net BGRF scientists help develop AI to expedite drug development for age-related conditionsNews-Medical.net… pharmaceutical industry and the process of drug discovery and development will come to be radically disrupted by AI and deep learning-based approaches as well” said Franco Cortese, … Read More

BGRF scientists to present on AI & drug discovery for aging at Korea Future Forum – EurekAlert (press release)

EurekAlert (press release) BGRF scientists to present on AI & drug discovery for aging at Korea Future ForumEurekAlert (press release)They have also made substantial progress in showing the potential of deep–learning based approaches to accelerate the drug discovery and development … Read More